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to go in trading this. could be the 7th day in a row for the dow to upside. unfortunately we don't have that. could we make it 12 out of 13 sessions for the dow? we have a lost economic headwinds. we have a lot of data out this morning. this is a big week for data. we're watching technical levels for the dow, s&p and nasdaq. unfortunately you could have one bad report on housing one bad report, one message from the fed it can swing us the other way but at least we're very, very close right now. after the bell is couple moments away i get to stick hang out with one of my most favorite men in this building david asman. david: thank you. people are watching the interest rate on the 10-year. that did go to 2%. excuse me, not 10%. there was time it was up to 10%. that freaked
of nearly 3%. it's the fifth year in a row that labor ranks sloping. the trend partly reflects the long-term memraging of the manufacturing jobs it isn't because of slump in motown. >> you only have to look to michigan to see how unions helped build stronger middle class and america. >> half of last year's dropoff occurred in the public sector unions. formerly one of organized labor bright spot. >> that is directly correlated to the job loss that we have seen in public sector. >> battle over collective bargaining rights in wisconsin and tough times for the local budgets play important roles. >> with the decline of union make it difficult for middle class. >> conservatives see the union as drag on free market won a round when the appellate court ruled president obama's recess awe pointment to the national relation board was unconstitutional. historians of the labor movement say leaders need to adapt to changing demographic reality. >> in some places they are concentrating on those notoriously hard to organize sectors and retail and fast food. and a state like california you can see from
on now in the private and public sector to reach an agreement on water the high value measures? you can't achieve something you don't measure. what are the priorities, where shall we put our emphasis so that we can have everybody rowing a boat in the same direction. it may seem small, but it can have a meaningful difference. credential wing, aligning credential in the private sector, we've created an organization to synchronize credential being so physicians dealing with any one of our health plans would have the same credential in process. we think there are opportunities for the public sector to a line with that. we think that could work out very quickly and very well for physicians. it would yield higher satisfaction and achieve the kind of quality performance we all want. third, there needs to be -- and david mentioned this -- there needs to be a stepping back as we think about infrastructure to think about how does icd 10, administrative use and simplification together strategically? what are we trying to achieve? where do the incentives fight one another? what's the best way to actu
the leader of the conservative movement o of the 1980s. the 1980s 50,000, the likely nominee. jack kemp doesn't yield to reckon that persuades reagan and american history is different. so i'm for fighting fights. as a row this in the context of women in ground combat units where i was very distressed that a bunch of republican senators in the last 48 hours who decided we had women in charge in 2012, so we're not going to oppose something that is literally not i think an extremely damaging -- [applause] >> and will be extremely damaging to all kinds of ways and there are many good arguments against it. we wrote a good editorial against it. but a politician sometimes over thinks these things and they tell us i can't fight this fight because he we did bad in 2012 but i can't fight this fight because with other constituencies who don't want it. you end up tying yourself in knots. i think is a big possibility for political entrepreneurship over the next years. jack kemp when he took on the entire republican in 75, six, seven was a popular. you get it from the house. he was a backbencher. he was not
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